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‘Byrd Feeder’ Fundraiser Set for Saturday at Clare & Don’s

April 22, 2014 1:46 PM0 comments

This weekend, George Mason High School Principal Tyrone Byrd will again host his annual Byrd Feeder fundraiser at Clare and Don’s Beach Shack. This year’s Byrd Feeder will be held on Saturday, April 26, from 3 – 6 p.m. at Clare and Don’s Beach Shack, 130 N. Washington St., Falls […]

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Crime Report: 6 Alcohol-Related Arrests, a Stolen iPad & Somebody Threw a Trash Can at a Car

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There is a variety of alcohol-related entries in this week’s Falls Church Crime Report with three DUIs and three incidents of public drunkenness reported in the City from April 14 – 20.

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‘Diamond Dreams’ Game at Mason to Raise Kids Health Funds

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When George Mason High School’s baseball team hosts Clarke County High School this Friday, April 25, the Mustangs and Eagles will be facing off and raising funds and awareness for children’s health. The game will be Mason’s inaugural Diamond Dreams game. Diamond Dreams games are hosted by high school and […]

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F.C. Schools Support Employee of the Year Nods Announced

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Falls Church City Public Schools recently recognized the 2014 nominees for the Support Staff Employee of the Year Award. The nominees were surprised earlier this month with balloons and a nomination packet filled with kind words from their colleagues.  The 2014 nominees are Shey Wakeley, kindergarten paraprofessional at Mount Daniel School; Kim […]

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F.C. Artists Featured in Watercolorists Show at Green Spring Gardens

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Green Spring Gardens will host an exhibit of paintings by the Potomac Valley Watercolorists, on display throughout the Horticultural Center and Historic House, from April 29 – June 29. Featured in the exhibit are eight Falls Church artists.  Works by Judy Antico, Gretchen Thompson, Deborah Conn, Carolyn Grosse Gawarecki, Judith Montoya, Trudy Levy, Chica Brunsvold, and Roberta Day will be on display. The artwork is […]

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Spring Sees F.C. Arts Programs in Bloom

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With an art exhibit currently on display and another in the works at ArtSpace Falls Church, and preparations underway for its annual Plein Air Festival, Falls Church Arts has a packed schedule of spring offerings. FCA has issued a call for entries for its upcoming art show Now and Then, accepting creative […]

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‘Buskapade’ Brings Student Music to F.C. Farmers’ Market

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Local music teacher Larry Rice will be joining several of his students in song at the City of Falls Church Farmers’ Market this Saturday, April 26, from 9 a.m. – noon., for a “Buskapade” music event that will raise donations for his students. Rice and his students will be performing on the Park […]

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F.C. City Public Works Announces Paving Schedule

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Through May 2, the City of Falls Church Department of Public Works will be paving  select City streets and replacing curb and gutter and sidewalk sections. The work will take place Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. – 7 p.m. There will be no parking allowed in work areas during those […]

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F.C. Library 2014 Teen Poetry Contest Winners Announced

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Mary Riley Styles Public Library will celebrate the winners of its teen poetry contest this Thursday, April 24, with a reception to start at 7 p.m. The public is invited for an evening of poetry, in which winning pieces will be read. The winning entries in the middle school category […]

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F.C. Student to Perform at New York’s Lincoln Center

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Jonathan DeHart of Falls Church will perform the New York premiere of James Whitbourn’s “Annelies,” the first major choral setting of The Diary of Anne Frank, as a member of the Westminster Williamson Voices this Saturday, April 26, at Alice Tully Hall in Lincoln Center. A recording of the work […]

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